syntropy syn·tro·py (sĭn’trə-pē)
The occasional tendency of two diseases to coalesce into one.
The psychological state of wholesome association with others.
A number of similar structures inclined in one general direction, such as the ribs.
fortunate; affable, a female member of the church at Philippi, whom Paul beseeches to be of one mind with Euodias (Phil. 4:2,3).
noun, Biology. 1. a type specimen other than the holotype used in the description of a species.
noun, (often initial capital letter) 1. one of the authors (Matthew, Mark, or Luke) of the synoptic Gospels.
noun 1. a branch of meteorology analyzing data collected simultaneously over a wide region, for the purpose of weather forecasting.